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EMC to Acquire Isilon
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Tuesday November 16 2010 @ 06:35AM EST views: 5997
EMC Corporation today announced the signing of a definitive agreement under which it will acquire Isilon Systems, Inc., a fast-growing “Scale-out NAS” (network attached storage) systems company, based in Seattle, Washington. Under terms of the agreement, EMC will pay $33.85 per share in cash in exchange for each share of Isilon for an aggregate purchase price of approximately $2.25 billion, net of Isilon’s existing cash balance.

LSI Introduces High-Performance, High-Density HPC Storage System
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Tuesday November 16 2010 @ 06:26AM EST views: 6071
LSI Corporation today introduced the Engenio(R) 2600-HD high-density storage system, purpose-built to meet the demanding data requirements of high-performance computing (HPC) file systems. The system offers exceptional performance and a highly scalable, dense architecture that is designed to help HPC organizations maximize productivity and achieve a quicker time to results, while minimizing data center floor space and overall energy expenditures.

Exar to Connect HPC to the Cloud in SC10 Demonstration
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Tuesday November 16 2010 @ 06:23AM EST views: 5975
Exar Corporation, will showcase its Neterion X3100 10GbE adapters at the SC10 conference in New Orleans, Nov. 15 through Nov. 18. The X3100 adapters will be used to connect High Performance Computing (HPC) applications to the cloud in the Open Fabrics Alliance (OFA) booth, #1161. In addition, Exar will present "Delivering Virtualization to the Cloud" in the OFA booth at the following local times:
- Monday, November 15 at 8:15 p.m.
- Tuesday, November 16 at 1:15 p.m.
- Thursday, November 18 at 1:45 p.m.

Cray Launches Midrange Version of the Cray XE6 Supercomputer
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Tuesday November 16 2010 @ 06:20AM EST views: 6001
At the 2010 Supercomputing Conference in New Orleans, LA, global supercomputer leader Cray Inc. today announced the latest addition to its line of Cray XE supercomputers with the launch of the Cray XE6m system. With the new Cray XE6m supercomputer, researchers, scientists and engineers with midrange high performance computing (HPC) computational needs can now purchase a cost-effective system that is scalable, reliable and built on Cray's proven petascale technologies.

ACUSIM Software Releases Latest Version of AcuSolve CFD Solver
Posted by: Shing Pan on Tuesday October 19 2010 @ 12:04PM EDT views: 279
ACUSIM today announced the latest version of the company's leading general-purpose, finite-element based CFD solver, AcuSolve 1.8.

NextComputing Launches NVIDIA® Quadro® 6000 by PNY® For Portable Workstations and Servers
Posted by: Chris Donaher on Tuesday October 19 2010 @ 08:12AM EDT views: 260
NextComputing is the first and only hardware manufacturer to incorporate NVIDIA® Quadro® 6000 by PNY® into line of portable and rugged line of systems.

NextComputing Unveils Newest High-Performance Rugged Mobile Workstation, Vigor Evo Plus
Posted by: Chris Donaher on Thursday October 14 2010 @ 01:52PM EDT views: 245
NextComputing, a leading manufacturer of high-performance portable and small form-factor workstations and servers, announces the Vigor Evo Plus. The latest in the company’s line of rugged mobile computers is designed to support high-end software applications in deployed environments.

CASH FOR CLUNKERS: HPC Hardware Trade-Up Program
Posted by: Doug Parks on Thursday September 16 2010 @ 01:27PM EDT views: 254
Many companies are facing a situation where their current HPC hardware has become unsupportable. The company that produced it has either discontinued support or exited the market, or simply stopped making proprietary components, leaving a business with a very expensive "brick." Enter Scalable Informatics, a solid HPC solutions provider. With their new hardware trade-up program, companies can trade in their old "clunkers" for "cash" -- or at least a substantial discount -- on services and new equipment built on highly supportable, open standards.

Introducing DV and Associates
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Wednesday September 23 2009 @ 07:05PM EDT views: 14987
Are you having difficulty getting your product concept funded? Product Announced? Product Sold? Do you need a new approach in qualifying and training your sales and service teams to be more customer- centric? DV and Associates can help.

Acumem and China HPC deal with SHAO
Posted by: Mats Hovmoller on Monday September 21 2009 @ 08:34AM EDT views: 15269
Acumem ThreadSpotter and China HPC Technology chosen by Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Mitrion Hybrid Computing Platform Delivers 20x Performance Increase and 90% Power Savings
Posted by: Joe Waldygo on Wednesday September 02 2009 @ 03:32PM EDT views: 15445
Mitrion Hybrid Computing Platform Delivers 20x Performance Increase and 90% Power Savings for Information Retrieval Application Matrixware-Sponsored, Green Computing Project Performed by University of Glasgow Computing Science Department.

Colfax International Offers Two New Low-Cost HPC Cluster Computing Bundles
Posted by: Manish Shah on Wednesday August 12 2009 @ 12:12PM EDT views: 15507
Partners with Mellanox and Platform Computing to bring Highly-Efficient Computing to Organizations of All Sizes

JPPF, the Grid Computing platform for Java, releases version 1.9.1
Posted by: Laurent Cohen on Wednesday August 05 2009 @ 01:14AM EDT views: 15120
The JPPF Team brings bug fixes and increased stability, along with a few new features.

Panasas grows 48% in 1H09 while storage industry drops over 18%
Posted by: Aaron Quinones on Monday July 13 2009 @ 07:34PM EDT views: 15255
Panasas, the leading provider of high-performance storage for data-intensive applications, announced on Thursday July 9th that the company increased sales by an impressive 48 percent in the first half of 2009, ending June 30th, as compared to the same period in 2008. This compares to an overall 18.2 percent decline in worldwide sales for storage vendors in the first quarter of 2009 as reported by IDC. Panasas attributes its accelerated growth to a series of new product introductions and enhancements as well as broader customer and partner adoption (including Intel, Dell, IBM, ANSYS, SGI and others).

ClusterVision to Offer the Cray CX1 Deskside Supercomputer
Posted by: Matthijs van Leeuwen on Wednesday July 08 2009 @ 12:39PM EDT views: 15897
ClusterVision, specialist in supercomputer clusters, has established a strategic alliance with global supercomputer leader Cray Inc., to offer the Cray CX1™ deskside supercomputer throughout Europe. ClusterVision will help customers choose the various configuration options to best fit their needs, delivering the cluster as well as providing training and support over the Cray CX1 system's life.

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